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Thursday, December 30, 2010

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Chris Burgwald

If the Nick Healy Hendershott is referring to is the same one I'm thinking of (a von Balthasar scholar), I'd be shocked if he thinks that theologians actually compromise an alternative Magisterium... everything I've ever read by him indicates that it's more likely he's noted that many theologians *think* they compromise an alternative Magisterium, but they are incorrect.

Anyone know one way or the other?

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